On Friday, the U-S Environmental Protection Agency set a deadline for reducing soot pollution. Communities across the country will have to reduce the amount of soot that goes into their air by 20 percent by the end of the decade.
Dwayne Bauknight and Duane Miller have almost nothing in common—except for a row of gleaming new solar panels on their farms. For very different reasons, they're using gas money to invest in renewables.
Last year, a scientist from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York published a paper in a scientific journal.
An affordable housing organization in Pennsylvania called ACTION Housing is creating a model of highly efficien
The gas boom in the Marcellus shale has set off another rush in Pennsylvania—colleges and universities trying to study fracking. Carnegie Mellon University, Penn State, and others have set up centers designed to attract funding to study shale gas.
When a gas company approached writer Seamus McGrawís mother about drilling on the family farmland, he interviewed other leaseholders, researched, and wrote what ended up to be a book that included his own story. It's called The End of Country.
Hydraulic fracturing in the Marcellus Shale requires millions of gallons of water.
A pile of dirt has sparked controversy in the city of Sunbury, Northumberland County. A recent city council meeting devolved into a shouting match, as the city, miles from gas wells, has become deeply divided over the drilling industry’s influence on its community.